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Automatic Thrill
Gluecifer
Automatic Thrill
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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With their previous album, Basement Apes (2002), Norway?s reigning guitar kings showed the world that they belonged in the rock?n?roll premier division. Basement Apes sold 17 000 copies in Norway alone, was nominated for a...  more »

     
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All Artists: Gluecifer
Title: Automatic Thrill
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Steamhammer / Spv
Release Date: 8/31/2004
Album Type: Import
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, Europe, Scandinavia
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 693723695129, 693723695112, 766485234841

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With their previous album, Basement Apes (2002), Norway?s reigning guitar kings showed the world that they belonged in the rock?n?roll premier division. Basement Apes sold 17 000 copies in Norway alone, was nominated for a Norwgian Grammy and the band did a sold-out tour during 2002. All of which make the expectations for Gluecifer?s new album Automatic Thrill quite huge; the sound, the songs, the look ? it?s all in place and by no means does it disappoint. In fact, it goes above and beyond the call! Contemporaries of The Hellacopters, The Soundtrack Of Our Lives, Turbonegro, Motorpsycho and that ilk, Gluecifer have been rocking out Scandinavia and Europe for the last ten years and Automatic Thrill is the fifth full length album scattered amongst a shitload of singles, e.p.?s and split recordings. And fresh from an extensive and exhaustive Euro tour with the Monster Magnet machine, Gluecifer are ready to storm North America! Find out what the underground hipsters and those in the loop have known for years and help stamp out the trendy new fashion rock with the real stuff ? Gluecifer!

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Why do Norwegians rock more than we do?
Todd Dwyer | Austin, Texas United States | 03/31/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Really! This is a travesty! Norwegian Vikings have plundered the sounds of Detroit Rock City and taken it back to Oslo with them, leaving us with the likes of Brittany Spears and Avril! Seriously, America needs to get the rock back fast before we are completely consumed by music that is written by robots for children!Oh, and Gluecifer kicks ass."
GLUECIFER DON'T MESS AROUND ! ! !
Alejandro Egoavil | Fort Lauderdale, FL | 05/15/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"These guys always manage to put out some of the most seriously hard driving fuel injected action rock 'n roll on planet earth. If you listen to tracks 5, 6 and 7 and you don't get a jolt of electricity running thru your blood, you must be dead!
The whole CD is awesome!
It's just a shame that the recording industry decides to give some of the poppier bands a shot, i.e: Jet, White Stripes, that other band from Australia, the band whith that annoying singer (the vines? I think it's the name?). Some of those guys are just posers, otherwise they would not be as popular. Record labels want bands to play by their rules. Gluecifer, Hellacopters, Sewergrooves, Monster Magnet, Zen Guerrilla, etc. and a whole bunch of other bands, deserve to be recognized as the supreme torchbearers of this thing we call rock and roll. RESPECT THE ROCK!IF YOU REALLY ENJOY ROCK AND ROLL, THE REAL STUFF, BUY THIS RECORD AND SUPPORT THESE BANDS, THEY ARE PUTTING THEIR TWO CENTS SO WE COULD HAVE OUR SHARE OF ROCK AND ROLL FOR A LONG TIME TO COME. DON'T FOLLOW ANY TRENDS, FOLLOW YOUR HEART..... AND YOUR EARS, OBVIOUSLY!"
Everything A Rock Band Should Be!!!
Mirror Man | Staten Island, NY | 10/23/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I just got this CD a week ago and it absolutely smokes!!! Great songs filled with high energy, enthusiastic playing and massive amounts of attitude. Biff Malibu has got that awesome Iggy - Nick Cave style of vocalization. Poon - Useless: rythmic, chock full of thick guitar. As a group, Gluecifer hit their peak with this CD as it is the perfect combination of punk and hard rock. Gluecifer are a really tight band. Again another example of how do it right for young aspiring bands (see: Soundtrack of our Lives, The Hellacopters)."